Choosing child care is an important decision: you’re looking for a safe, healthy environment that supports your child’s needs.
In Alberta, the government’s Children and Youth Services department sets the standards for child care. It defines the different options available as follows:
Children and Youth Services also offers subsidies to help lower income parents cover the costs of child care. The subsidies are available for eligible low- and middle-income parents who wish to use a licensed pre-school or child care facility.
To find Calgary day cares, pre-schools, family day homes, out of school care or group family child care, the government has a great child care search tool.
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